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SAP HANA and R – Keep shining

SAP HANA and R – Keep shining

Since I discovered Shiny and published my blog A Shiny example - SAP HANA, R and Shiny I always wanted to actually run a Shiny application from SAP HANA Studio, instead of having to call it from RStudio and having to use an ODBC connection.A couple of ...

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shinyPsychometric: simulating how experimental choices affect results uncertainty

July 25, 2013
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shinyPsychometric: simulating how experimental choices affect results uncertainty

In the R community, Shiny is trending a lot. Shiny is an R package for developing interactive web applications. I wanted to give it a try, and ended up with an app to simulate the impact of data collection choices on the outcome reliability of a curve fitting process. I wrote the code behind it

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Another great year together. Have a good vacation!

July 24, 2013
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Another great year together. Have a good vacation!

Dear R users, August is just round the corner and MilanoR close for vacation. From September 2012, we have organized two meetings in Milano, the first Italian bioR day and two R courses. We published 14 posts in the blog. … Continue reading →

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Making infographics using R and Inkscape

July 24, 2013
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Making infographics using R and Inkscape

I have been making charts with R for almost as long as I have been using R, and with good reason: R is an amazing tool for filtering and visualizing data. With R, and particularly if we use the excellent ggplot2 library, we can go from raw data to compelling visualization in minutes. But what if we want...

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Making infographics using R and Inkscape

July 24, 2013
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Making infographics using R and Inkscape

I have been making charts with R for almost as long as I have been using R, and with good reason: R is an amazing tool for filtering and visualizing data. With R, and particularly if we use the excellent ggplot2 library, we can go from raw data to compelling visualization in minutes. But what if we want to...

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Making infographics using R and Inkscape

July 24, 2013
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Making infographics using R and Inkscape

I have been making charts with R for almost as long as I have been using R, and with good reason: R is an amazing tool for filtering and visualizing data. With R, and particularly if we use the excellent ggplot2 library, we can go from raw data to comp...

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A Beginner’s Look at Julia

July 23, 2013
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Over the past month or so, I’ve been playing with a new scientific programming language called ‘Julia‘, which aims to be a high-level language with performance approaching that of C. With that goal in mind, Julia could be a replacement for the ‘multi-language’ problem of needing to move between R, Python, MATLAB, C, Fortran, Scala, A Beginner’s Look...

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The R User Conference 2013: Albacete, Spain

July 23, 2013
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The R User Conference 2013: Albacete, Spain

I was fortunate enough to attend the 2013 UseR! conference in Albacete, Spain this year. I had a great time meeting fellow R users and exchanging ideas on R implementations. The conference is also one of the few opportunities to gain exposure to uses of R in other disciplines because there are so many talks

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Bike sharing in 100 cities

July 22, 2013
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Bike sharing in 100 cities

Many cities around the world have bike sharing programs: pick up a bike at a docking station, ride it across town and drop it off at another session, and just pay for the time you use. (Even Albacete, the Spanish college down hosting last month's UseR conference, had one.) Most of these systems provide open data feeds of bike...

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Analyzing Your Data on the AWS Cloud (with R)

July 22, 2013
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Analyzing Your Data on the AWS Cloud (with R)

Guest post by Jonathan Rosenblatt Disclaimer: This post is not intended to be a comprehensive review, but more of a “getting started guide”. If I did not mention an important tool or package I apologize, and invite readers to contribute in the comments. …Read more »

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